JOSEPH FUSSELMAN STAFF WRITER Robert McNamara: a name any student on campus who has studied in Gaming, Austria, knows. McNamara has been a staple at Franciscan University of Steubenville’s Gaming
JOSEPH FUSSELMAN STAFF WRITER This November and December, the Steubenville Nutcracker Village and Advent Market are bringing Christmas spirit to downtown Steubenville. While the sky may be gray, the Fort
JOSEPH FUSSELMAN STAFF WRITER While theatre usually shows an audience its own flaws, this semester’s show in Anathan Theatre will go above and beyond to bring the grotesqueness of human
JOSEPH FUSSELMAN STAFF WRITER On Saturday, Oct. 13, residents of St. Junipero Serra Hall watched a movie screening of “Romero,” the story of St. Oscar Romero, which was followed by
JOSEPH FUSSELMAN STAFF WRITER This past Tuesday, hundreds of students filed into Christ the King Chapel to view a first class relic of Pope St. John Paul II (JPII). It
JOSEPH FUSSELMAN STAFF WRITER Most students who know Joseph Pathakamuri become very familiar with Indian food, coffee, bagel runs during class and bonfires through taking one of his biology courses.
JOSEPH FUSSELMAN STAFF WRITER This past Friday, hundreds of students, faculty, staff and families filed into Finnegan Fieldhouse for an evening of food, beer and lederhosen. At Gaming Fest, the
JOSEPH FUSSELMAN STAFF WRITER The recent renovations of Christ the King Chapel, the iconic spiritual hub for Franciscan University of Steubenville, have managed to please everyone with the chapel’s new